Hanukkah Oreo Balls

  • Hanukkah Oreo Balls
  • Hanukkah Oreo Balls
  • Hanukkah Oreo Balls
  • Hanukkah Oreo Balls
  • Hanukkah Oreo Balls
  • Hanukkah Oreo Balls
Servings:
15-20
Prep Time:
15 Minutes
Cook Time:
0 Minutes
Total Time:
15 Minutes
A word from the cook
So Easy and So Addicting!
Ingredients

1 Pk Double Stuff Oreos
1 8oz Organic Cream Cheese (not whipped)
A Little White Chocolate Bark
Blue Sprinkles

Instructions


Crush a whole pack of Oreos in a food processor and process until they become crumbs.

Add cream cheese to Oreo mixture and mix it up with your hands (If you try with a spoon or spatula, you’ll be there all day.)

Melt white chocolate in a bowl and set aside.

Roll out the Oreo balls and dip into the white chocolate. If you prefer another design, drizzle the chocolate over the balls.

Place each ball on a tray and add sprinkles.

Place the tray in the freezer for 15 minutes so the balls can form and harden.

Happy Hanukkah!

12 Notes

  1. Sue Goldian

    They look delicious but what do they have to do with Hannukah?

    • Thanks! I wanted to keep with the tradition of eating dairy on hanukkah but didn’t want to do something that everyone has done before- like sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts) or latkes. I made it more Hanukkah-esque by using blue and white frosting and sprinkles. I hope you enjoy!

  2. I surely will not miss the bacon with these delicous oreo balls!

  3. This is my first time here, love the name of your blog.

  4. Those look dangerously addictive. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Looks delicious! Always lovely to see Oreo truffles adapted for different holidays!

  6. Your recipe looks delicious, yet easy to make (just the way I like recipes to be)! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Such a fun idea! Chanukah sameach!

  8. These look like cake balls! We love them around here, and I think we could try this sometime, too.

  9. I found you on the chanukah blog party. These look “dangerous” yum, chanukah sameach.

  10. Delicious!

  11. Kreindy Weiss

    These look delicious! Happy Chanukah!